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Post-Colonial Drama Book by ,

Post-Colonial Drama Book
  • Author : ,
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2002-09-11
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Pages : 360
  • ISBN Code: 1134876998
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Summary: Post-Colonial Drama is the first full-length study to address the ways in which performance has been instrumental in resisting the continuing effects of imperialism. It brings to bear the latest theoretical approaches from post-colonial and performance studies to a range of plays from Australia, Africa, Canada, New Zealand, the Caribbean and other former colonial regions. Some of the major topics discussed in Post-Colonial Drama include: * the interactions of post-colonial and performance theories * the post-colonial re-stagings of language and history * the specific enactments of ritual and carnival * the theatrical citations of the post-colonial body Post-Colonial Drama combines a rich intersection of theoretical approaches with close attention to a wide range of performance texts.

The Empire Within Book by Sean Mills

The Empire Within Book
  • Author : Sean Mills
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen\'s Press - MQUP
  • Release Date : 2010
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 318
  • ISBN Code: 0773583483
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Summary: In a brilliant history of a turbulent time and place, Mills pulls back the curtain on the decade s activists and intellectuals, showing their engagement both with each other and with people from around the world. He demonstrates how activists of different backgrounds and with different political aims drew on ideas of decolonization to rethink the meanings attached to the politics of sex, race, and class and to imagine themselves as part of a broad transnational movement of anti-colonial and anti-imperialist resistance. The temporary unity forged around ideas of decolonization came undone in the 1970s, however, as many were forced to come to terms with the contradictions and ambiguities of applying ideas of decolonization in Quebec. From linguistic debates to labour unions, and from the political activities of citizens in the city s poorest neighbourhoods to its Caribbean intellectuals, The Empire Within is a political tour of Montreal that reconsiders the meaning and legacy of the city s dissident traditions. It is also a fascinating chapter in the history of postcolonial thought.

The Enigma of the Return Book by Dany Laferrière

The Enigma of the Return Book
  • Author : Dany Laferrière
  • Publisher : MacLehose Press
  • Release Date : 2013-02-28
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN Code: 1848662386
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Summary: "An affecting meditation on loss and exile" ANGEL GURRIA-QUINTANA, Financial Times Windsor Laferrière left Haiti in fear of his life. He has lived in Montreal for thirty-three years, and when his father dies in New York, himself an exile for half a century, Windsor travels there to attend the funeral, and then back to Haiti to inform his mother of the death. In Haiti, Windsor is faced with the grim truth of life in his homeland - the endemic poverty, the thwarted ambitions and broken dreams. But only here can he become a writer again . . . The Enigma of the Return lives where fiction, poetry and autobiography meet. These creative tensions sustain a narrative of astonishing beauty, clarity and insight. "Looks set to become one of the great poetic statements of homesickness and return . . . It should be read by all exiles everywhere" Ian Thomson, Independent "A poetic, melancholic tour de force . . . a compelling, intense, stark and poignant exploration of living life as an outsider . . . The great Haitian novel" Jo Lateu, New Internationalist

Fear's Folly/(Les demi-civilises) Book by Jean-Charles Harvey

Fear's Folly/(Les demi-civilises) Book
  • Author : Jean-Charles Harvey
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen\'s Press - MQUP
  • Release Date : 1982-01-15
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 188
  • ISBN Code: 0773573356
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Summary: Superbly rendered by the late John Glassco, Harvey's controversial work is presented in its true cultural and social setting. First published in 1934, this novel satirizing the bourgeois élite and the suffocating rule of the Catholic clergy created a furor in Quebec.

How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired Book by Dany LaFerrière

How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired Book
  • Author : Dany LaFerrière
  • Publisher : D & M Publishers
  • Release Date : 2010-09-15
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 144
  • ISBN Code: 9781553656500
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Summary: Brilliant and tense, Dany Laferrière's first novel, How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired, is as fresh and relevant today as when it was first published in Canada in 1985. With ribald humor and a working-class intellectualism on par with Charles Bukowski's or Henry Miller's, Laferrière's narrator wanders the streets and slums of Montreal, has sex with white women, and writes a book to save his life. With this novel, Laferrière began a series of internationally acclaimed social and political novels about the love of the world, and the world of sex, including Heading South and I Am a Japanese Writer. It launched Laferrière as one of the literary world's finest provocateurs and continues to draw strong comparisons to the writings of James Baldwin, Henry Miller, Charles Bukowski, and Jack Kerouac. The book was made into a feature film and translated into several languages — this is the first U.S. edition.

Marie NDiaye Book by Andrew Asibong

Marie NDiaye Book
  • Author : Andrew Asibong
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release Date : 2013-10-28
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 245
  • ISBN Code: 178138567X
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Summary: This is the first critical study in English to focus exclusively on the work of Marie NDiaye, born in central France in 1967, winner of the Prix Femina (2001), the Prix Goncourt (2009), shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize (2013), and widely considered to be one of the most important French authors of her generation. Andrew Asibong argues that at the heart of NDiayes world lurks an indefinable blankness which makes it impossible for the reader to decode narrative at the level of psychology or event. NDiayes texts explore social stigmata and familial disintegration with a violence unmatched by any of her contemporaries, but in doing so they remain as strangely affectless and unrecognizable as their dissociated protagonists. Considering each of NDiayes works in chronological order (including her novels, theatre, short fiction and writing for children), Asibong assesses the aesthetic, emotional and political stakes of NDiayes portraits of impenetrable selfhood. His book provides an original and provocative framework within which to read NDiaye as a simultaneously hybrid and hyper-French cultural figure, fascinating and fantastical practitioner of the postmodern - and reluctantly postcolonial - 'blank arts'.